Antique Cars and More

Located in Central Illinois. Stop by for a look at the interesting collection of cars, toys, clocks and more!

Antique Trains

Located in Central Illinois. Stop by for a look at the interesting collection of cars, toys, clocks and more!

Where History is Fun for All Ages

Located in Central Illinois. New Exhibit Building opens in 2021. Large Campus with Indoor and Outdoor Displays!

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Open May through October, Wednesday through Sunday, 12:00pm- 5:00pm and Summer Holidays

REOPENING FOR A NEW SEASON ON MAY 1, 2021

NEW EXHIBIT BUILDING OPENS THIS SEASON!

Welcome

Interested in antique and collector autos, trains, airplanes, tools, toys, clocks, tractors, musical stuff, vintage clothes, fire trucks, bicycles and general family fun?

YOU’VE FOUND THE PLACE!

It’s great fun to see the faces of visitors when our Barbershop Quartet of former presidents (life-size) begin singing or the miniature circus parade starts up, or the orchestrion begins filling the room with old fashioned music.

Children especially like to pull the ropes to make the whistles blow and push the button to watch the Lionel trains chug along.

2021 Schedule

We look forward to seeing you when we open for the season on May 1, 2021


May 1  – Opening Day

May 31 – Memorial Day – Open

July 4 – Independence Day – Open

Sept 6 – Labor Day – Open

October 31 – Last Day of the Season

JOIN US

UPCOMING EVENTS

A Dose of Hope in a Pandemic

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Photographic Contest: March 1 – April 15

CLOSED

We are no longer accepting submissions of photographs for this contest.  The winners will be announced the first week of May in this website.

 

Photographic Exhibition: Starting May 1, 2021

We are documenting history as it happens. This temporary exhibition will display a collection of photographs submitted by members of the local communities. The photographs show the impact of COVID-19 in everyday’s life and personal experiences during the last few months.  They capture descriptive life moments, memorable instances during the pandemic. 

The exhibition will be displayed in the multimedia room in the new exhibit building starting May 1, 2021.